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Mercyhurst lends expertise to disaster mitigation plan | April 07, 2003

Minimizing the loss of life and the property damage that could result from a disaster unfolding in the Erie area is a challenge that has spawned a collaborative initiative between Mercyhurst College and the Erie County Emergency Management Agency.

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Academic Celebration to focus on Mercyhurst’s past, future | April 06, 2003

Each spring, the college’s Honors program meets the challenge of hosting an Academic Celebration – four days of lectures, presentations, movies, artwork and more, all focusing on a single theme and organized by students. The events are all free and open to the public, and, in fact, geared toward drawing the community into the open forum that defines an institution of higher learning.

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Call for entries for the Jaworski Juried Photography Exhibit | April 01, 2003

The Cummings Gallery at Mercyhurst College is currently organizing the second annual juried photography show in memory of the Rev. Sylvester Jaworski, a Divine Word priest, principal at the Divine Word Seminary, noted English teacher and photographer.

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2003 Romero lecture focuses on Kathy Kelly, founder of Voices in the Wilderness | March 31, 2003

If you were tuned into WQLN radio earlier this week, you could hear the voice of Kathy Kelly, the founder of Voices in the Wilderness, traveling through the airwaves from Baghdad, where she continues to live – even during the ongoing war – as part of her crusade to inform the world about the impact of economic sanctions on the civilians of Iraq.

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Mercyhurst raises voices to perform Mozart’s “Requiem” on March 30 | March 30, 2003

When the Mercyhurst D’Angelo Music Department concert choir performs what is arguably the most sublime religious music ever written – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Requiem” – they’re hoping the audience will be moved by what promises to be a deeply reverent experience.

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Alternative spring break options expanded | February 27, 2003

Even as the cold tightens its grip on Erie, Mercyhurst College students have turned their thoughts to spring break – sand, surf, looking good in a bikini.

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Art therapy students complete mural at Office of Children and Family Services | February 19, 2003

The art therapy students who recently painted a mural on the entry wall of the Erie Office of Children and Family Services just wanted to bring a smile to a child’s face.

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Black educator Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu at Mercyhurst Feb. 18 | February 18, 2003

The 2002-2003 Mercyhurst Student Government Speaker Series will continue on Tuesday, Feb. 18, when Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu visits the campus and speaks on urban education during a special lecture scheduled as part of Black History Month.

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Broken water pipe forces quick cleanup at Hirt Center | February 13, 2003

The quick and thorough work of the Mercyhurst College maintenance and housekeeping staff allowed classes to meet as usual in the Audrey Hirt Academic Center despite a water pipe break that flooded all three floors of the building early on Thursday, Feb. 13.

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Mercyhurst culinary students, chefs represent region at inauguration | January 21, 2003

When Governor-elect Ed Rendell decided to showcase restaurants from five regions of Pennsylvania, the call went out for representatives from those areas.

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